Bailey Bradford
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Pride Publishing
Release Date
September 2015
Book 8 of Southern Spirits
Erotic Romance, LGBTQ, Paranormal Romance

Dying sucks, but the afterlife is one hot place to be.

Stefan wasn't physically perfect in life, and his search for someone to love him resulted in his murder. Now he's been dead for years, and he's lonelier than he ever was when he was alive. His physical problems might have vanished when his body ceased to live, but his spirit has to deal with the memories of the past.

Jordan and Gideon are friends who share eager guys when they can find them, but being in a war zone hasn't allowed for that to happen often. One roadside stop puts an end to their lives. Jordan and Gideon are at a loss to understand what happens to them, why they stay behind when others go up into the light. Searching for answers, they head to Jordan's hometown—McKinton, Texas—but a hell of a lot of things have changed in the decade and a half since Jordan left.

Namely, the arrival of one wicked, joyful spirit named Stefan.

Reader Advisory: This book contains scenes of voyeurism.

Book Review by Evampire (reviewer)
Nov 07, 2015   [ OFFICIAL REVIEW ]
89 people found the following review helpful
In life, Stefan's search for someone to love him resulted in his murder and having been dead for years he's finding his afterlife…lonely in this sizzling paranormal romance.

One roadside stop in a war zone puts an end to Jordan and Gideon's lives. Searching for answers, they head to McKinton, Texas and the reader can't help but get caught up in the passion as Gideon, Jordan and Stefan explore their red hot and sizzling chemistry with some scorching hot sex scenes, including m/m/m and voyeurism scenes in the afterlife. The characters are strong, compelling and capture the heart with their emotional turmoil. The fast paced, smooth flowing plot captivates readers with quite a bit of humor added by friendly ribbing and pranks among the spirits of McKinton. The well written scenes and details make it impossible for the reader to put down the story as the threesome strives for their happily ever afterlife.

This Southern Spirit story was quite the delightful surprise and I was completely enthralled from the very beginning and I can't wait to visit McKinton, Texas again.

Note: While this series is best read in sequence, it can be read in any order although this one does have a bit of a spoiler for Ascension.
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